April 22, 2011

NOW THAT THE ELECTIONS ARE CONTESTED, IT’S “POLITICIZED:” “A handful of conservative candidates are challenging a relatively apolitical group of incumbents for control of a rural Montana community college’s board of trustees, politicizing what is typically a sleepy and often uncontested spring election for the body. Among other stances, the challengers hold that the college relies far too much on federal funding — one has gone as far as to argue that Pell Grants are unconstitutional — and that the college’s faculty and staff should not have the right to collectively bargain for their salary or benefits.”

Politicized or not, I think you’ll see more of this, and not just at community colleges. Note the outraged sense of entitlement in response.

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